Twenty-two companies have won spots on a seven-year, $675 million contract to provide manpower, equipment and non-personal services for the U.S. Army’s electronic security systems.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers received 34 bids for the procurement vehicle and estimated contract work to finish on Sept. 25, 2029, the Department of Defense said Monday.
Funds and work locations will depend on individual orders.
The awardees are:
- Alamo-Evergreen joint venture
- Atlantic Commtech
- BCF Solutions
- Chenega Security
- GCS Versar JV
- Infotec Systems
- Integrated Security Solutions
- Johnson Controls
- Locurrent Systems
- Low Voltage Wiring
- M.C. Dean
- Phoenix Integrated Technologies
- PTSI Managed Services
- Red Peak Technical Services
- SEI Group
- Security and Energy Technologies
- Siemens Government Technologies